Feeling more like Fall this week

Although it won't rain constantly through Comerica's ALCS games, there's at least a chance of showers all three games.

October baseball can be just as unpredictable as October weather.

I mean really, who would have guessed the Tigers would lose game-2 after being up by a score of 5-0 and keeping Boston hitless through 5 and 2/3 innings?

Alright, I better not get started on that... Just let me say that I'm probably just as frustrated as many of you are after that loss.

Now we can look forward to playing back home at Comerica.

Unfortunately, we can't look forward to the most ideal weather for watching baseball.

Tomorrow's game actually looks pretty decent with opening pitch temperatures around 70°, partial sunshine, and just a chance of showers toward the end of the game.

Games 4 and 5, however, will be breezy and cooler with a chance of showers.

The rain both days will be hit and miss, but enough to warrant an umbrella and/or rain pancho.

The reason we'll be transitioning into a more Fall-like weather pattern is because of a strong area of low pressure currently in the northern Plains.

This low will bring a warm front through tomorrow night with a good chance of rain after 7pm.

A cold front will quickly follow, leaving us cooler on Wednesday afternoon.

Showers will continue to spiral around the backside of this low Wednesday evening, which is why I have "scattered" showers in the forecast.

A new trough of low pressure developing along the Ohio River will then move northeastward on Thursday.

Although I think its trek will be too southerly to bring rain to the Genesee Valley and Great Lakes Bay regions, Detroit is close enough to its path to warrant a few showers in the forecast there.

With the jetstream dipping south into the continental U.S. Thursday into early next week, this cooler weather pattern will hold-on for awhile.

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